Authorized

It was the “wisest fool in Christendom” who “authorized” the translation and publication of the first Protestant version of the Bible in English. He came to the English throne in 1603 [after the murder of Queen Elizabeth I] and quickly became unpopular because of “his disgusting personal habits and his unsavory character.” He pretended to be a scholar in theology and philosophy, but his learning was shallow and superficial. He wallowed in filth, moral and physical, but was endowed with a share of cunning that his associates called “a kind of crooked wisdom.”

For his new edition of the Bible, King James I issued a set of personal “Rules” the translators were to follow and ordered revisions to proceed, although he never contributed a farthing to its cost. Work began early in 1607 and took a committee of 47 men (some records say 54, others say 50) two years and nine months to rewrite the Bible and make it ready for the press. Each man received 30 shillings per week for his contribution.

Upon its completion in 1609, a remarkable event occurred. The translators handed over the reviser’s manuscripts of what is now called the King James Bible to the King for his final personal approval.

“It was self-evident that James was not competent to check their work and edit it, so he passed the manuscripts on to the greatest genius of all time… Sir Francis Bacon.”

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On 25 June 1607, Sir Francis Bacon was appointed Solicitor-General and Chief Adviser to the Crown. He had presented new ideas to the government for the reformation of the Church and was officially instructed to commence restructuring the Bible. Research in the Records Office of the British Museum revealed that original documents still exist which refer to important proceedings associated with Sir Francis Bacon’s involvement with the editing of both the Old and New Testaments.

They reveal that he personally selected and paid the revisers of the New Testament, who completed their task under the instructions of Bacon’s long-time friend, Dr. Andrews. The first English-language manuscripts of the Bible remained in Bacon’s possession for nearly a year. During that time:

“…he hammered the various styles of the translators into the unity, rhythm, and music of Shakespearean prose, wrote the Prefaces and created the whole scheme of the Authorized Version.”

He also encoded secret information into both the Old and New Testaments. An ancient document recorded that the true history of early Christianity was known to the initiates of the Order of the Knights Templar, having originally been:

“…imparted to Hugh de Payens by the Grand-Pontiff of the Order of the Temple (of the Nazarene sect), one named Theocletes, after which it was learned by some Knights in Palestine.”

Regarding the months of editing work applied to the Bible by Bacon, his biographer, William T. Smedley, confirmed the extent of the editing:

“It will eventually be proved that the whole structure of the Authorized Bible was Francis Bacon’s.”

~from “The Bible Fraud” by Tony Bushby

King James I, Francis Bacon and Hugh de Payens were incarnated watchers or “fallen angels.”
Francis Bacon was Shakespeare.
For billions of souls on Earth, a crushing revelation will be that “fallen angels” created the Bible.
All our answers lie in the past…

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